The restaurant is housed in an old bank, and the decor suits the pub feel very well. It's not a huge place, but our party of 12 was able to get a table in a room off the bar very quickly on a Saturday night. The food was good to very good, but not phenomenal. The dinner menu selection was a bit limited. I had the catfish tacos, which were fairly bland, but the fries and calamari appetizers were excellent. The REAL REASON to come to this pub is, of course, the wonderful beer selection. They had many hard-to-find beers on tap, including a Stone Ruination Tropical Heat IPA that was phenomenal. The beers on tap rotate often, and they serve what seemed like more than 200 beers by the bottle. Highly recommended if you're after a great beer selection with decent bar food. Note: it's a little loud, as pubs tend to be.
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